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SANTA FE, X. M., THURSDAY, OCTOJ3E11 20, 1892. NO. 207. VOL. 29. :W. H. COEBEL. THE "WELLINGTON" KNIFE J!fO. OAKEY & SONS, LONDON, MAKEK8. The best and cheapest article ever iutroduced to the public for expedi tiously and brilliantly polishing knives. Knives cleaned on it present the appearanco of now cutlery. No friction, no wear, no injury, no dint, Catron Block FIRST NATIONAL BANK Santa Fe, New Hosico. Designated Depository of the United States. PEDRO PEREA, T. B. CATRON, R.J. PALETi, - CHAS. MJSTADT & CO., DEALERS IN IMPORTED & DOMESTIC Wines, moors ail 1 in. Pure Wines and Liquors for Medical and Family pur poses a Specialty, Catron Block - Santa Fe, N.M. ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE, Santa Fe, New Mexico. 5 The Scholastic Tear Commences on the First Monday in September. For terms apply to BRO. BOTUL.PH, Pres. j. : 1858 : J STAAB. San Francisco Street, IMPORTER AND General Largest and Most Complete Stock of General Merchandise Carried in the Entire Southwest. Santa Fe BOARD, Santa Fe, N. Pfl. President Vice Resident - Cashier : 1892 : JOBBER OF New Mexico Merchandise W MEXICO, TE3:E GO'MLTNG- COTJIDTTiR,"1 The Me silla Valley its Garden Spot! TBN AGR Choice Irrigated Land! (Improved :BRIEF WIRINGS:- Average Increase of Wngos. Washington, Oct. 20. The census bul- nn tka onUnf toi'II almur flint, the average increase of wages in 181)0 over 1880 in Denver is from $ 53i to $703, or 18.22 per cent. In Chicago the increaso A liecoi d lireaker. New Yobk, Oct. 20. The Inman liner, the magnificent City of Paris, arrivtd from Liverpool yesterday, beating all previous records. Time, live days, four hours and twenty four minutes. The time made on her fastost day was fliiO miles. All on board well. Kelt Time in Denver. Baltimobb, Oct. 20 The Episcopal house of deputies voted for Denver for the next meeting place. Concurrence by the house of deputies will undoubtedly be given. There was quite a good deRl of debating upon the proposition, but Den ver in 1895 was the final decision, A real Crash. Chicago Oct. 20., The railroads to-day were nearly swamped in the tremendous rush of people from all over the country. The extra trains were counted in dozens. From every passenger depot in Chicago peopie poured in Hoods for n time after the arrival of every train. ' Columbus lay Accident. West Winsted, Conn., Oct. 20. While 600 children were rehearsing for the Columbus celeb ration, temporary benches, which had been hastily erected, collapsed and precipitated 300 to the ground. Many received broken limbs but none were killed, although it is feared that somomay die from their injuries. Attempt to Injure Jli Kinley Wheeling, W. Va., Oct. ID. An attempt to injure Gov. William McKinley was made at Hurricane, a small station be tween Charleston and Huntington, this state. The train was just pulling out, when a huge rock crashed through the window of the private car in which the governor was riding. Fortunately no one was hurt. Five other stones were thrown. The person who did the work could not be found in the darkness. Prosecuting Peck. Albany, Oct. 20. The criminal charge against State Labor Commissioner Peek will come up again to-day in the police court, postponements having now been taken three times owing to the delay in the opinion of the court of appeals, which is to decide whether the papers burned by the state labor commissioner were public or private property. The case will probably go to trial to-day as tne police judge ieu averse me mar. innu to granting any further postponments. With Malor Moses. Chicago, Oct. 20. The governing board of the International League of Press clubs holds its meeting at the Auditorium here to-day. The board consists ot ju. H. De Young, president, San Francisco; vice-president, John A. Cockerill, New York; Gen. Charles H. Taylor. Boston; Geo. W. Childs, Philadelphia; Gen. Felit Agnus, Baltimore; P. B. Deuster. Milwau kee; Mrs. Sally Joy White, president of the New England Women's Press asso ciation; Charles W. Price, secretary and treasurer, New York. They will attend the dedication services to-morrow in a body under the special guidance of Major Moses P. Handy. rolitics unit Labor. New Yobk, Oct. 20. The Central Labor federation, representing all the lobor bodies of New York will to-night listen to an address by the famous labor exhorter, Lucien Sanial. His subject will be "the present condition of lubor in this country." He argues that organized labor has been unprofitable in its strikes and boycotts of late because the powers or the state was in tne nanus or tne capitalistic class, for which reason it would be necessary on the part of labor to take political action in order to con centrate the power of government in the hands of the laboring class. Another Test. New Yobl, Oct. 20. The new 20,000 candle-power electric search light will be ngaln turned on the Staf ue of Liberty to night, by Major Heap, of the United States lighthouse board, who has been devising means to make the big bronze statue visible from any point in the har bor. To-night's illumination is In the nature of a more careful experiment than the last one and if successful the perma nent nightly illumination will be inau gurated to-morrow. The illumination of the statute is to be effected by placing the search light in one of the salients of the fort. The light is the most powerful obtainable. Reoent testB show that on a dark night it can reveal a light colored target at a distance of 150,000 feet. . . ySPowder The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Amiuouia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard and UnlmoroTcd) attractively COLUMBIA AT CHICAGO. The All-Eventful lay-A Urcnt I ade Forty Itrasn Hands in liillC. Chicaoo, Oct. 20. This is the first of Chicago public holidays and tho day is to be made eventful by a mammoth civic parade under the direction of Gen. Joseph Stockton, and in which fully 100.000 men will be in lint. Tho meetings of the gov erning board of the International League of Press clubs and of tho National Society of Architects raid interest to the day's events ami to-niht a grand concert will end the first day's Columbian festivi ties. The great procession is now form ing with tiie governors and staffs at the head. Tho main portion is forming on the lake front and will march north on Michigan avenue ' to Adams, west to Wabash avenue, north to Randolph, west to State, south to Adams, west to Frank lin, south to Jackson, east to State, soutli to Van liureti and disperse. West side organizations will form on Market square and reach Michigan avenue by Lake street. On reaching Van Buren south side organizations will move south on State to disperse, west side organizations will move west on Van Buren to Market and take any bridge leading to the west side; north side organizations will move west on Van Buren to Market and reach tho north sido by way of tho Wells street bridge. Catholic societies are taking a great part in the big parade. Nearly all the prominent Catholic So cieties of the city are represented, their total membership is givon as follows: German, 10,000; Ilnliun, 8,0(10; French, 5,000; Polish, 5,00(1; Bohemian, 8,000; Catholic Order of Forresters, 10.000; An cient Order of Hibernians. 2.500; Young Men's Catholic Union, 6,000; Catholic Knights of America, 2,000; temperance societies, 5.000; Knights of St. John, 10, 000; Catholic Benevolent Legion, 800; Second Regiment of Sacred Heart Parish, 1,000. A grand total of 50,000 members is represented. Forty bands are engaged for the procession, including tho 2d regi ment band, which lends tho van, and the Pullman band, which precedes the Italian division. The Italian division is in the parade on a grander scale than any other nationality, the Italians being animated by a double feeling of patriotism both for their foster country and the country which gave birth to Columbus aud themselves. The big lloat represents prominent events in tho life of Columbus and is drawn by eight white horses. The Catholic Order of Forresters ranks next. They have sev eral emblematic floats representing im portant epochs in the history of the coun try and of their own order, American flags are used liy them lavishly. Each member of the order wears in his button hole a small United States flag and all wear dark blue crush hats of the same make. Tho reviewing stand is on the Adams street side of the postofflee. A militaby squabble. Gen. Miles is having trouble about the military parado in connection with the dedicatory coremonies. He has a plan by which he hopes to conciliate all parties and quiet all ill feeling aroused by his decision to shorten the military street parade to-morrow. He proposes to have a spectacular' display of military tactics airtight. BOGUS TICKETS. Sixteen hundred tickets to the dedi catory ceremonies have been stolen from tho office of Secretary Culp, of tho cere monies committee, and are on the market in the hands of speculators. A large number of forged tickets are also being sold at high prices. Columbus day was celebrated by the school children of the city. Mombers of the cabinet, 1 ho supreme court, foreign dignotnries and many other distinguished guostsarrivedand the hotels are rapidly filling up. B1UEF TELI'GHAMS. Cincinnati, Oct. 20. - Cincinnati begins its Columbian celebration to-night with a great pyrotechnic display. St. Louis. St. Louis' Columbian cele bration begins to-day with a massive parade by the Italian societies of the city. Chicago. The American Institute of Architects opened its 2lth annual con vention here to-day. with a splendid at tendance from ull parts of the country. Brooklyn. Brooklyn's two days cele brations begin to-dny with a parade of the Catholic school children of the city. They will be reviewed by Bishop Mc Donnell, Fnirviow, Conn. Tho Odd Fellows' home will bo opened for tho reception of inmates to-day. It is now in chargo of Grand Master C. B. Ware, and appli cations are in from all parts of the United States. Indianapolis. Indiana begins its Co lumbian celebration to-night with a great mass meeting at which the Columbian orator will be John Clark Kedpath. Tho monster chorus of German societies will sing "America," "Star Spangled Banner" platted, for sale onwng time with ami ''Oiimnbi::," which will lip inter spersed with ( ho Germim sort's "Deutsche; Lied,' and "Liixhdfi'tulicir." r.vcrj hotly lelohmtc Stamfciud. Conn., Oct. !!, Stanford is celebrating tho I'.VJth nnniver.sHry of her settlement to-dny, The street n are thronged with cai.vn, neighbors and stranger. iiml the nil is tilled with tho chtngi'; f Ix I's and the runr of cannon. Wflterday tiie I.' uitt-ti States battle ships Mmntononiali, Atlanta. Dolphin and Vesuvius cast r.iu'hnr outride thu harbor and contiuii'Ji;-; tiring of the nutiimnl salute from th; -ir heavy tfiinii have added to thn tfi'iieral din. At 0 o'clock a detach ment of marines from tho war vesel landed and marched into the cily where, three hours latter, they headed a proceHBion of h,iKH) men. which moved through the principal street 1u the martial munic of dozens of brimls. Kvery public building, business house and private residence is lavishly adurned with Hays and festoons of bunting. Vi i I It flie MiNsmiri Tni'lilc Sr. Loris, Oct. 20.- The clifTcrences be tween the telegraph operators of tho Mis souri Pacific and tho management of the road have been amicably adjusted. The operators h:ive accepted a minimum of $"U per month on main lines aud ijjsir, per month on branches, or a total of about $4a,H)0 per year. The demand was for about iM and the road's original offer was .s;;s.of a i. All danger of a strike is now avoided. 35 ea 114 .15 ii eh foe jtepitblieaiiH. Nkw Vokk. Oct. IS).- - To-day is the sec ond day of registration in the city. Re ports received at police headquarters aud at the bjreau of elections indicate that the registration will be much heavier than it wns o!i ihe iirst day. It is expected that Hie (dial number registered to-night will reach L'ljfUHM). I'lMorXTliV PROGRESS. Wool Shipments uuil Slu'opSnles- The Lniiiher Industry Special Train fur tu Court. Corret'OU'l'Miee New Mexican. Ciiama. Oct. It. -Kio Arriba county is unusual y lively this fall bolh politically and von a business point of viow. Poiiiicatly pat down this county as ab solute!;, safe for Catron and the Repub lican UeU-t by over (500 majority. Wool shipping lias been extensive tho last few weeks; 300,000 pounds have been sent on! from Can ma so far this fall. Gross, biackwell & Co., of Las Vegasthis week purchased and shipped thirty-five car load:. In the last month 80,000 bead of sheep have been shipped from this place oasl. The I 'i.-js Lumber company this week started the largest mill in New Mex ico, wit Ii a capacity of 100.000 feet every twelve hours. It is situated fifteen miles south ot Chamn, on the IHo iirazos. It is coin "c(eo with this place by a railroad uwiud ijy tho company. A telephone is also placed between the mill and town. Tho company do their own logging with twenty-four horse teams and thirty four yoke cattle teams. The mill is com plete with lath, shingle and planer ma chinery. Tho logs aro cut from Ihe Tierra Amarilla grant, within two miles of tho town of that name. Denver, Pueblo, Santa Fe, Durango and Colorado Springs furnish the market. They eon d act a lumber yard coidaining 1,01)0,000 feet in Durango, Colo. Tho members of the company arc C. A. Uiggs, J. D. lliggs, M. Biggs and L. M. riiggs all live men. District court convenes here on the 2'.tth inst, and tho company will run a special train and convey the court to Tierra Amarilla, an arrangement which which will be very pleasant to tho mem bers of tho court. Kit Columbus. TUG KAILKOADS. The work of repairing the grade of the Deming-Moxico railroad preparatory to actual construction is being pushed rapid- lv torwaru. Chief Ramsey, of the Railroad Opera tors' union, is in Chicago in conference with President Mnnvel, of the A., T. fc S. F., nnd the prospects are that the trouble on the G. C. & S. F, will bo speedily set tled. A freight train on the A., T, tt S. F. ran into a sand drift near Lava, Socorro comi ty, yesterday, and derailed the engine and one car. Engineer Emory Comst oek was slightly hurt, but no one else was in the least injured. Northern New Mexico coal tields aro being much sought after by Colorado par ties at present and it is said they are work ing hi the interest of the Colorado Coal it Iron company, which, by a recent combine, with the Colorado Fuel company, has secured practical control of all the best coal properties in Colorado. A man named Garrison, of Pueblo, has been searching through Rio Arriba county for coal lands of late and it is said he has secured control of important properties soath of Park View with a viow toextend ing a coal spur soutli to connect with the main lino of the D. &, R. G. at Chama. The representatives of the Denver (t El Paso railroad are still in the city, and are making preparations to present tho claims of the enterprise to the people in a methodical manner. The success of tho road depends to some extent on the liberality of. the citizens of Denver in contributing to its construction. Other cities and towns through which it will pass have responded munificently. But thus far nothing ha been done here. Denver Evening Post. low interest. WARRANTY DEEDS GIVEN. Write for Illustrated foldert riving full particular!, An Indian Dandy. Jake, tiie cunning silversmith of the Nnvajoes, is in the city in attendance at court in an Apache killing case. Jake is a distinguished looking philosopher, who wears a velvet coat, long hair, a vermouth green neckerchief, corduroy brooches and tan teguas. lie has quite the air and appearance of an artist, and is one in his skill in silver. Ho speaks English well and is a favorite at Fort Wingatt. Albu querque Times. ew .Hexlco Cane in th l H. Su preme t'oiirt. No. 5. Singleton M. Ashfelter, appellant, vs. tho territory of New Moxico, ex rel. Edward C Wade; argued by C. W. Mc. Keenhan for the appellant. No counsel appeared for the appellee. No. 7. Tho San Pedro and Canon del Agua company, appellant, vs. the United States; argument commenced by Mr. George Hoadley for tho appellant. NtckiieM Anions Children. , Especially infantt, is prevalent at all times, but is largely avoided by giving proper nourishment and wholesome food. The most successful and reliable is the Gail Borden ''Eagle' Brand Condensed Milk. Your grocer and druggist keep it Kotlce Last will and testament of Benjamin M. 1 nomas, deceased. Notice is hereby givon, pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided. that the tune lor proving the last will aud testament of tho above named, Benjamin M. Thomas, deceased, is hereby fixed for Thursday, tho 10th day of November, A. 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